Landmark judgment on worker status confirms another huge success for Bates Wells' Employment team >

In November 2017, the Employment Appeal Tribunal upheld the Employment Tribunal’s decision that the Claimants in this case, all of whom are current or former London-based Uber drivers, were “workers” and consequently entitled to basic protections such as national minimum wage and holiday pay. Uber’s appeal against this decision was heard in the Court of Appeal at the end of October 2018.

Posted on 19 Dec 2018 in BWB News Read More >

Legacies Roundup | December 2018 >

In our last Legacies Roundup of 2018, we consider the government’s proposal to increase probate fees and what it means for the charity sector, take a look at HMRC’s review of the taxation of trusts, and look back at some of the other issues legacy professionals have had to tackle this year.

Posted on 13 Dec 2018 in Legal Updates Read More >

How widely does the GDPR apply? >

It’s no secret that the European emperors of old had ambitions to extend their reach beyond the borders of Europe. Some of the same aims (though with far less aggressive tactics!) could be said to be behind certain aspect of European law as it seeks to regulate organisations located outside Europe.

Posted on 10 Dec 2018 in Legal Updates Read More >

BWB Briefing for Charities & Social Enterprises | 4 December >

In this week's Briefing: The Government has published a “Code of Conduct for Recipients of Government General Grants”. The Fundraising Regulator has announced it will name all organisations it investigates, whether the complaint is upheld or not. A new report released by CAF shows the continued rise of donor advised funds in the UK.


Posted on 04 Dec 2018 in Legal Updates Read More >